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ask corey booker tonight? >> why should you be senator and not frank lautenberg? >> i'm going to ask him that question coming up. and you guys do a show called "the cycle." and people should watch it. a whole gang of you do that show. okay, so that is a thank you to krystal ball and steve kornacki, and coming up. if house republicans really do something crazy with the debt ceiling, will they do that? ezra klein answers that question next. >>> and on the one-month anniversary of the sandy hook elementary school shootings, the nra has released a video. the same group that blamed the violent video games for the massacre in newtown. >>> and scott brown's political future, more observers saying he won't run for senate. and as i said, corey booker, who has announced his intention to run for senator in new jersey. the problem is he may have to run against fellow democrat and current senator franken lautenberg, as far as we can tell, they agree on just about everything. corey booker will answer steve kornacki's questions and will get tonight's last word. this is $100,000. we asked total stra
of things that senators might not like new jersey's 89-year-old senator frank lautenberg has not taken kindly to major cory booker. he has expressed interest in the senator seat which prompted lautenberg to say quote . . . well, first of all lautenberg might have been old enough to given cory booker's parents a spanking, but you can see why the elder stateman might feel threatened, because booker has a 51-30 lead over lautenberg. it looks like the senator might actually be the one in line for the spanking. and finally, our last story, current tv's bill press tried to bring some closure to
is stepping on toes but he knows lautenberg is 89. we saw senator rockefeller step down yesterday and there have been challenges that were successful. dale bumpers took on a senator four years ago and we saw senator specter lose in a primary. it happens. nobody likes it but it is a factor within the party. that is life in modern politics. >> some of the statements being made, there was report that a top aid was not happy about where cory booker might be going. is he handling it the right way? getting these statements said by top aids is there a better way of moving forward? >> to read between the lines it sounds like mayor booker tried to reach out without any success so far. you can't really begrudge senator lautenberg thinking you will have your time. i am doing what the people in the state want. but i think what he is doing is getting his foot in so that if senator lautenberg decides he has had it and made money in a past life and has a beautiful younger wife and can enjoy himself now he may decide who needs the aggravation in the senate and cory booker would be presumably next
a first look at a possible primary challenge for new jersey democrat frank lautenberg's new senate seat. a new poll shows cory booker leading lautenberg 42% booker has said he's considering a round but he has not official entered the race. the 88-year-old frank lautenberg is now serving his fifth term in the senate. still ahead chris christie has been in the news a lot lately. and our own brett erlich is alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. fruit just got cooler. fruit on one side, cool on the other. ice breakers duo. a fruity, cool way to break the ice. [ ryon ] eating shrimp at red lobster is a fantastic experience. 30 shrimp for $11.
for new jersey democrat frank lautenberg's new senate seat. a new poll shows cory booker leading lautenberg 42% booker has said he's considering a round but he has not official entered the race. the 88-year-old frank lautenberg is now serving his fifth term in the senate. still ahead, chris christie has been in the news a lot lately. and our own brett erlich is next. put on your seat belts. that's next in "the war room." young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. from silver screens... to flat screens... twizzlerize your entertainment everyday with twizzlers the twist you can't resist. cook what you love and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant sp
papers to run for the senate in new jersey to take on a senator lautenberg. is that what you intend to do? will you run? >> again, you have to file the papers even to do research on the issue, even to travel on the issue. so, we are complying with the law before we do any exploration of the senate run. we have got to file an account. that is my intention. it is over a year away. a lot is going to change between now and then. >> senator lautenberg called you self-absorbed and disrespectful. one of his spokespersons did. excuse me. the idea you have not worked out with senator lautenberg what his plans r any missteps in terms of that? >> no again this is really early. we have reached out to him. even had a trip down here to speak with him but he wasn't able to speak. right now the senator, who i support, needs to focus on the debt controlling are, needs to focus on funding for sandy. i have two very good senators in the senate, we are going to support that. this campaign is over a year away. you know new jersey has to focus on a governor's race and legislative race. for know do it good expl
north korea. plus, primary pressure after new jersey senator frank lautenberg suggested potential primary challenger mayor cory booker deserves a spanking. we'll tell you who's actually got the upper hand in a new poll. >>> but first, today's trivia question. name the only former governor and lieutenant governor pairing to both be nominated for president. tweet me the answer @chucktoday and @dailyrundown. the first correct answer gets a follow thursday from us. the answer and more is coming up on "the daily rundown". we'll be right back. >>> time for the "your business" entrepreneur of the week. kathleen king had a successful bakery business in the hamptons, but a partnership that went sour resulted in her losing it. left with a storefront and a recipe, she started tate's. she now makes more than 2 million cookies a week with over $10 million in sales. for more, watch "your business" sunday mornings at 7:30 on msnbc. [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health
old to run for congress, 89 years old mike the new jersey senator frank lautenberg, considering a 6th term-- not 6th term, 6th year in office seriously, taking him up to 95, really? and louisiana senator david vitter is trying to stop it considering term limits in congress. he'll tell us about that 10:15 eastern time this morning. what did you think about term limits in congress? let us know on facebook and e-mail us, please, varney@foxbusiness.com. thursday morning, seven early movers, here we go. higher profits and disappointing outlook at the data storage company. melnox. and wift transportation is up big. disappointing from the flash memory maker sandisk, barely changed. terradyne makes chip making and down beat outlook. it's down 4%. better than expected forecast from the network equipment maker fx networks, it's up. and pose-it notes in your desk? most people do. 3-m make them. reports higher profits on strong sales and it's up today not by much. it's the world's biggest biotech it, better than expected forecast from amgen. moving up again, only just. dow is up. 13,800 is where
in the republican party in new jersey. i am truly contemplating running for senate against frank lautenberg or cory booker in new jersey. >> all right. give me your reaction. >> it's a great country. anybody can aspire to be anything, apparently. there has -- when you have weak parties that they become very bold and make their careers in nonpolitical ways, this is just one more example of this. we've seen this in a lot of other weak parties. this is a real call that we need stronger republicans, republican party in the northeast that can begin with people who succeed at the county level and town level and make their way through the political process. >> more the better. if booker chooses to be a candidate, frank lautenberg, a wonderful united states senator, i think they could beat geraldo any day, with or without my help. >> i've known her ral do for a long time. he could be a formidable candidate. let's see if he decides to do it. if he does it, let's say lautenberg retires or decides to stay in, a contest between lautenberg and cory booker, he's getting close to 90 years old but he's very smart,
lautenberg who suggested booker deserves a spanking. his words, not ours. booker could be challenging the 89-year-old lautenberg in a democratic primary if the senator decides to run again. aides have complained booker has been disrespectful in being so open about his intentions. telling the philadelphia enquirer, i have four children. i love each one of them. i can't tell you that one of them wasn't occasionally disrespectful so i gave them a spanking and everything was okay. >>> meanwhile, clinton eastwood's infamous chair has a new home. the chair used in eastwood's bizarre national republican convention speech now sits in the office of recently re-elected reince priebus. and the twitter feed, here it is, the view that he turned around and soaked in after delivering that second and final inaugural on monday. coming up, some of the gop want to change the rules of the game and if their plan his been in place in november, this man would be president right now. more on that straight ahead and some amazing, rare footage of melting glaciers and a reality check of where we're headed unless presi
and 89-year-old senator frank lautenberg, who basically suggested this week that booker deserved a spanking because he was coveting his seat. do you agree with that? should cory booker be making moves now? >> you know, that election is next year, and all of the back and forth now is something i'm really not focused on. >> is booker being disrespectful? >> you know, that's a question for senator lautenberg and mayor booker. >> because you're clearly not going to answer it. thank you very much for joining us, senator menendez. >>> up next, our powerhouse roundtable with instant analysis of senators mccain and menendez plus, will we get a democratic super bowl matchup in 2016? hillary clinton versus joe biden? >>> and the senate investigates "zero dark thirty." the film's screenwriter is here to respond. we'll be right back. we're sitting on a bunch of shale gas. there's natural gas under my town. it's a game changer. ♪ it means cleaner, cheaper american-made energy. but we've got to be careful how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced te
. and then there is the question of how long these politicians really need to stay in quite frankly. frank lautenberg is getting on in most. what probably doesn't look very politic from booker's point of view he seems to sort of be pushing lautenberg toward the door before he's ready to anounce not to run again. >> joy and david, thank you. >>> well house republicans try again to repeal the health care law. when do they give up and move on? gop deja vu and strategy talk coming your way at the bottom of the hour. >>> a new report from the cdc is calling the flu outbreak an epidemic. just moments ago new york governor andrew cuomo declared a public health emergency in this stays. the move allows pharmacists to vaccinate certain patients. nearly every state is reporting widespread outbreak. but there could be some hope that the flu season is peaking. nbc's gabe guttierez is live for us inside an emergency room in brooklyn, new york. we spoke with you earlier today, gabe. how's it been looking today? >> reporter: it's been very busy here this morning and over the past few days. as you mentioned, governor cuomo just
, i hope did he. >>> and new jersey's 89-year-old frank lautenberg doesn't seem happy with suggestions he might not run for reelection in 2014. new york mayor cory booker said he will run for the senate. >>> last night on the daily show, jon stewart looked back at the inauguration. >> yesterday's events had everything, large crowds, the swearing ins, the walking, the waving, a fairy tale style ball and the grandest of american traditions, the peaceful transfer of spouses. it's what separates us from the animals. >> and that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> companies mining for metal, water and more on asteroids. >>> and what is the real deal behind drinking alcohol and how well you'll sleep? >>> the latest details from a texas school shooting coming up on "first look." [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu users chose prego. prego?! but i've been buying ragu for years. [ thinking ] i wonder what other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000
's still -- he doesn't know if frank lautenberg plans to run for re-election. here's some republican logic you may not have heard of before we need restrictive election laws to protect people's right not to vote. here is how same-day registration with infringe on individual liberties. >> i think we do have to have common sense protections to make sure that our rolls are secure to stop potential voter fraud. this whole issue i think we're dealing with the federal government and universal registration and same-day registration and all these different buzz words really gets down to the individual freedoms of people in our state and americans in general. and their ability to decide for themselves, yes, i want to register to vote and participate in the process or no, that i don't. >> here's a buzz word for you, sir. democracy. when did universal and same-day registration become ways of forcing people to vote. that's "hardball." coming up next, "your business" with j.j. ramberg. ce is there 2. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on tha
lautenberg, chuck schumer, democrats like that. but there's also been what he said about james hormelback in 1998. i know you have done am some extensive conversations with chuck hagel about anti-gay thing. barney frank was very offended by this. just this week said i cannot think of any other minority group in the u.s. today where such a negative statement would not be an obstacle to a major presidential. >> he has apologized for the statement and hormel in a very large statement, a gracious statement accepted it and said, this is really important learning moment. and i stand by that. i think people in the human rights campaign, the victory fund, other significant gay right organizations have actually said they look forward to having -- i went to a victory fund gala the other night and hagel told me, next year, i'll be there. he doesn't have these issues, but he'll explain these in the committee. to dan's bigger point and, dan, i want to make sure, i didn't mean by know sense any offense on these issues and i think israel's security is vital and important. but on the broader issue of ira
frank lautenberg of new jersey introduced a bill to ban high capacity magazine holding more than 10 rounds, senator chuck schumer of new york said he will reintroduce legislation over background checks in the number of weeks. in the house, congressman rosa and raul of arizona put forward a bill that would give gun owners a $1,000 a year tax credit for each of two years for turning in assault rifles to state police, none of these are expected to pass of republican controlled house. president obama's address triggered a scathing response from the national rifle association, the leader, rain lapierre, said that president made a mockery of our constitutional rights. >> they are god-given freedoms they belong to us, in the united states of america as our birth right, no government gave them to us, no government can ever take them away. lou: lapierre argued only reason that federal government would want to create a list of gun owners is to quote, tax them or takes them. our next guest is a texas gun shol owneshopowner who is now ca boycott of groupon, after the site canceled his dial for
contemplating running for senate against frank laute lautenberg or cory booker. >> jennifer: as a republican, of course. we went on to say that he would make nationalizing stop and frisk like they're doing in new york, as part of his platform. i wonder what other interesting ideas he has? past prologue? well here are some moments from his past that might shed light on his positions in the future. >> we don't know. this is an adventure that you and i are going to be taking together. [ explosion ] >> when all was said and done all i found was an old begin bottle. [ yelling ] >> jennifer: flying chairs broken noses empty vaults. there has not been a new jersey republican senator since the 1970s. i'm just guessing if geraldo is the nominee that trend is going to continue. believe it or not a lot of people dream of working with the government, and it's a good thing. and for all those people out there have i got a job for you. the ideal candidate would have five years of regulatory experience, a law degree, and extensive knowledge of--marijuana. what is this cush job you might be asking? pot advis
to the senate. have you had a conversation with lautenberg? >> i want to give him the space to make his own decision. i announced my intention to run. the reality is, we have a good senator, been loyal, been there a long time. he has a decision to make. focusing on my job for now. we've reached out a number of times. i had a plane trip going to meet with him. and with a lot of challenges in washington, he to cancel the meeting. >> would you primary him? run against him in a primary? >> it's too early to talk about those kinds of hypothetical. he has not made his decision yet. >> let's dive into the hypothetical. i love hypotheticals. it's my middle name. if he decides to run, would you go against lautenberg? >> we have a full year until the hypothetical becomes real one way or another. we need a senator in d.c. and we should be fighting lautenberg in tough fights ahead and we need a mayor in newark that gets the job done. >> you are trying to unseat him. >> this is not an election year for the senate this is an election year for governor. >> people who love him and support him should stop l
blumenthal is in the chair. in addition, senators murphy, senator menendez, senator lautenberg, we've all worked as a team, and i thank them for their efforts. now, mr. president, it's been 91 days since sandy struck. it's taken far too long, but we are finally one vote away from getting much-needed aid that we so desperately depend on in new york and new jersey. it was three months ago that super storm sandy tore up the east coast, obliterated hundreds of thousands of homes in new york. it was 91 days ago this hurricane coupled with a cold front and uprooted the small businesses that are the lifeblood of middle-class communities in long island, staten island, queens, brooklyn and lower manhattan. as you may recall, sandy's wrath was wide, it was deep. nearly 300,000 families had their homes damaged or destroyed due to sandy. 131 people were killed, 60 in new york. two million individuals lost power, and our nation's public transportation system witnessed catastrophic flooding. now despite overwhelming damage from wind and water, snow and in some neighborhoods even fire, new yorkers are r
lautenberg what his plans are, any missteps in terms of that? >> no, again, this is really early. we've reached out to him. i even had a trip to speak with him, but he wasn't able to speak. this campaign is over a year away. you know new jersey's got to focus on a governor's race and legislative race. but for me to do it, a good exploration to do due diligence -- >> but you're not ruling out challenging him? >> i'm not ruling anything out right now but i think it's premature to be speculative. >> welcome back to "morning joe." with us now, democratic mayor of new jersey, cory booker. >> today i'm no labels. >> you're no labels before no labels was cool. >> really? good to have you back on the show. >> we're talking about football, alabama. >> how could you not mention stanford at all? >> stanford is a great success story. here you have one of the top programs that still has a great football program, how do you do that? >> when i was at stanford, i was helping to recruit more players. the coaches put down the top 100 recruits. they said 88 of those we can't touch because they can't ge
. angela mcglowan, analyst, and julie, a former political advisor to senator lautenberg of new jersey join me now. >> great to see you. >> jamie: julie, i want to ask you, the president has been pretty upfront, and you're a democrat, talking about gun control and immigration, and the debt ceiling, which he may and is getting support from other democrats to act on unilaterally. but not a lot of mention in these couple of weeks we've just been through about jobs and folks are, i'm sure you would agree, worried about their futures. what is his jobs plan specifically? >> well, absolutely. look, there's a couple of issues here, number one, he did have a very aggressive jobs plan that the republican senate and house actually killed last year, they wouldn't take it up, wouldn't, filibustered it. and so you can only do something with a partner with which to do it. and the larger problem, a partisan issue, the problem of moving crisis to crisis. first the fiscal cliff, the debt ceiling, the sequester coming up and no long-term planning on issues that really affect the american public. >> jamie: jul
introduced in the senate by the following folks, chuck schumer, kristen jill brant, lautenberg, and dianne feinstein. those policies and especially the ban will spark a fight in washington. the nra is out with a web video this morning going after the president and his daughter, of sorts, on a proposal that the president will not be endorsing today, the idea of armed security at every school in america. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? then why is he skeptical about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are protected by armed guards at their school? >> now, the president is going to call for more funding for security at schools, but specifically ruling out the idea of arming that security at schools. the white house is signaling it's ready for this big fight. it's ramping up pressure with an elaborate rollout today. it includes an audience of children from around the country who wrote the president letters about gun violence after newtown. the white house has released some of those letters late tuesday. 8-year-old grant wrote to the president, "it's a fre
-israel leaders like chuck schumer, bob casey, frank lautenberg, carl levin who have yet to weigh in and might have some concerns and bob menendez, the proor the anti-iran hawk. talk about their concerns right now. >> i have looked hard at the statements on the internet and the blogs and what he's said. chuck hagel said my first obligation is to the united states. i took an oath of office to defend the united states constitution. that doesn't mean he's anti-israeli. i have israeli friends, i support the israeli nation and defending themselves. however, break dot-dot, you know, you have to look at what's best for this nation first and how that's anti-semitic i don't know and that's the issue as far as i can tell regarding the rhetoric of hagel. >> john, another issue of particular of those like me on the left is hagel's comments that he made back in 1998 opposing president clinton's ambassador or nominee to be ambassador calling him openly aggressively gay and recently apologized for the comments and you were really instrumental in getting don't ask don't tell repelled so how do people with an
. an assault weapons ban from senator dianne feinstein. a magazine limit from senator frank lautenberg. and an anti-trafficking bill from senator kirsten gillibrand out of new york. here's vice president joe biden today reminding the conference of mayors what this legislation is really about. >> that tragedy in all my years of public life i think has affected the public psyche in a way that i've never seen before. parents in the streets, panicking. trying to find out if the child they put on the bus in the morning had any prospect of getting back on the bus and going home that afternoon. >> is that worth a vote? i'm joined tonight by former congresswoman marjorie margolis mizvinski, now an adjunct faculty member at the university of pennsylvania. she was a one-term congresswoman who -- i wish that wasn't the case, but that's what happened. and you can't -- >> i did a drive-by. >> you cast the deciding vote for clinton's tax increase for two decades, which took this country to surpluses. and you were targeted because you voted for a tax increase. but at the time you said, "there are tim
announced he's exploring a run for senate in 2014, though we still don't know whether frank lautenberg, who is 89 years old, plans to run for re-election. >>> here is some republican logic you may not have heard before. we need restrictive election laws to protect people's right not to vote. here is georgia secretary of state brian kemp explaining how something like same-day registration infringes on liberties. >> i think we have to have common sense protections to make sure our roles are secure to stop potential voter fraud. this whole issue i think with dealing with the federal government and universal registration and same-day registration and all these different buzz words really gets down to the individual freedoms of people in our state and americans in general and their ability to decide for themselves, yes, i want to register to vote and participate in the process or, no, that i don't. >> well, here is a buzz word for you, sir. democracy. when did universal and same-day registration become ways of forcing people to vote? >>> "new york magazine" got a kick out of all the times clinto
retirements that the democrats are bracing for. they seem to be prepared for the frank lautenberg one in new jersey. a little they're more concerned, but they're expecting potentially one in south dakota with tim johnson and they know if he doesn't run, in what would already have been a tough race will be even a larger uphill climb. up next, changing the way the game is played. will other states follow virginia's lead and shut down this effort to up end the electoral colleging? bob mcdonald is coming in to talk about, plus guns, immigration, future of his party and new evidence today that the united states is devoting money and manpower to the newest front in this war with al qaeda. it's in north africa. first, a look at the president's schedule, as you know, all about vegas, baby. we're watching the dal ily rundn only on msnbc. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance compan
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